• May 11, 2021
 Podcast – Amy’s Everyday Astronomy: Journey through the Solar System – The Sun

The sun is captured in a “starburst” mode over Earth’s horizon by one of the Expedition 36 crew members aboard the International Space Station, as the orbital outpost was above a point in southwestern Minnesota on May 21, 2013. | Image Credit: NASA

Podcast – Amy’s Everyday Astronomy: Journey through the Solar System – The Sun

Do you ever wonder how the planets formed and why are they all so different?

Perhaps you want to know where comets and asteroids come from?

I hope you’ll join me for this special series, where I will be answering those very questions, and more.

There are many wonders out in the vast universe. So many, in fact, that I’ve been studying the cosmos for many years, and still learn something new every day. It is my hope that I can help you understand it better, too.

With that in mind, in the next several episodes, I will take you on a journey through our solar system, starting at the center.

Hit play and listen in as I teach you more about our very own star: the Sun.

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Amy Cooley

A native El Pasoan, Amy Cooley attended Parkland High School before beginning her studies in physics at EPCC. With her love of dark skies increasing, she transferred to New Mexico Tech University where she earned her degree in Astronomy. Moving back to El Paso in 2008, she now wants to share her love of the cosmos with the city she calls home.

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